Thursday, February 11, 2010

Valentine's Day

Once upon a time a beautiful princess was born in a distant land. She was happy (though you couldn't tell it from this picture.) She was the cutest little girl in all the land.

She was so loved that the people searched the kingdom far and wide to bring her the largest birthday candle in all the land. The candle made her very happy.

Eventually this beautiful princess was taken into the king's army. There she became the most beautiful soldier in the army. All the other soldiers were afraid of her because of her great beauty and because she wrote more tickets than any other princess.
Later she was sent to another land even farther away. In this new land they spoke a strange language, but she soon found many friends. Before long she was the most loved foreigner in this strange land. Just when she was comfortable there and sure that she wanted to stay her father came to bring her home. Unfortunately her father was robbed of his traveling papers by a villain. Through the use of magical powers they were able to find his papers at the nearest town guard station.

Once again she was sent to a far away land. In this land she found herself teaching people about her home and her language and once again the people loved her. She met many people in her time in this far away land, but it was on a day in February that she met the luckiest man in the world. His luck was so great that she, after much tutoring and teasing, remembered his name and agreed to accompany him to dinner.

His luck was strong enough to spend all of her valuable time with him. One day he asked her to spend the rest of eternity with her. Luckily for him he was the luckiest man on earth otherwise he never would have been able to convince her to marry him.
Happy Valentine's Day to my original and only Valentine. I love you, Deborah. Thank you for making me the luckiest man on earth.


Tiff :o) said...

How sweet, Jared! I never would have guess that those first two pictures were of Debbie.

Heather and Thomas Mann said...

Very cute, you little romantic softie! Glad you two were able to find each other!

Valerie said...

Very sweet!!! I love the pictures. (You think-hypothetically, of course- a man can learn to be romantic in his old age?)

Stella Andes said...

Wow, Debbie really looks like Itai in that first picture! Those are some great pictures, and what a special valentine, Jared!

Us said...

Thanks everyone and sorry for the sap. Valerie, I once heard only the wisest and most foolish men change. But I think that a person could learn just about anything in their old age. Romance isn't an innate and anyone can learn it...hypothetically. :)
Tiffany, your really don't think so? I don't think she looks like herself in the first, but the second one looks like her to me.
Mom, that's what Debbie said.

Tiff :o) said...

I had no clue who the first one was, I thought the second one was Kathleen Poai and I really started to get confused. lol...not thinking hard enough, I guess. But now that I know it's Debbie, I can see her in the second one (not the first).

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